Real Estate

Country singer Luke Bryan has listed his four-bed, four-bath Florida home for sale with an asking price of $18 million. Property records show the home was previously purchased in 2013 for $2.5 million. It has since had extensive upgrades and remodeling while still retaining its 96-feet of unobstructed waterfront. Located on over an acre just off of the scenic 30A highway, the gated property sits in a private section of the region with limited traffic on the street side of the house. The same community has several dozen other multi-million homes listed for sale, with two others topping this asking price: a $25 million nine-bed, 9.5-bath and an $18.9 million five-bed, five-bath under construction, according to Redfin.

The 4,645-square foot home comes with an elevator, commercial ice maker, multiple wraparound porches designed to maximize the views, a private stairway down to the beach, a garage for regular cars plus another for golf carts.

The main floor has reclaimed heart pine floors to go with the reclaimed old Pennsylvania Dutch barn beams of the raised ceiling.

Barn-style doors are another of the rustic touches added to the home. Here they lead to upstairs bedrooms.

The kitchen comes with marbles countertops and high-end Viking appliances.

One of the upper floor sitting rooms show the porch and views to the Gulf.

A media room also has ample natural light.

A look at one of the main bedrooms and its shiplap walls as another rustic feature.

The bunk beds each have built in televisions with accompanying headsets.

Outdoors a grilling area is near the pool.

The pool appears to blend in with the Gulf.

The master primary bedroom has a large private porch overlooking the beach.

The home is listed with Hannah Martin of The Martin Group/Coastal Luxury

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